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Saint Johnsbury, Vermont
Planetarium
Reno, Nevada
Planetarium
Nevada's first planetarium features star shows, SkyDome films, free museum and public observatory.
Gulf Shores, Alabama
Aquarium, Children's, Church, General, History, Library, Natural History, Park, Planetarium, University, Zoo
Fort Worth, Texas
Children's, History, Planetarium, Science
A LEADER IN INFORMAL SCIENCE EDUCATION Adding to the rich architectural legacy of Fort Worth?s Cultural District, the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History?s brand new $80 million facility is dazzling with its bright colors, geometric forms, and abundant natural light. Designed by internationally acclaimed architectural firm Legorreta + Legorreta, the new facility opened in November 2009.
Saint Augustine, Florida
Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Park, Planetarium, Science
The Fountain of Youth Archaeological Park is a 15 acre waterfront, Historical Site where St. Augustine, Florida began in 1565. Here, on September 8, 1565, Spanish Explorer Pedro Menendez de Aviles established the oldest continuous European Settlement in the U.S., and held the first recorded Thanksgiving Feast between Europeans and Native Americans - 55 years before the Pilgrims. The site is 42 years older than Jamestown, and is open 364 days a year.
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